Black or Chrome Kuryakyn 7980?

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  • Black or Chrome Kuryakyn 7980?

    Has anyone added Kuryakyn #7980 in Chrome or Black if so can you send a photo?
    Are you happy? Do they adjust to the correct height?
    Thanks in advance for your prompt attention to this matter.
    Is there a better one to use? If so, please send photo.

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    Maker of the 01-17 GL1800
    "Rocky Tree & Comfort Risers".
    Current bikes.
    1981 CB900C 10 speed (Restored)
    1986 GL1200 SEi
    2004 GL1800

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        I love black chrome!
        I wonder, does Kury's black chrome hold up as well as their bubbling and pealing regular chrome?

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          I was hoping to have some members send there photo's in, with them on the bike already done.

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            Originally posted by jmohme View Post
            I love black chrome!
            I wonder, does Kury's black chrome hold up as well as their bubbling and pealing regular chrome?
            Hold on there. my kury parts are holding up real well.

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            ************************************************** *******
            Maker of the 01-17 GL1800
            "Rocky Tree & Comfort Risers".
            Current bikes.
            1981 CB900C 10 speed (Restored)
            1986 GL1200 SEi
            2004 GL1800

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              Will these parts fit onto a 2018 goldwing? Where do they attach?

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                Originally posted by Rocky View Post

                Hold on there. my kury parts are holding up real well.

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                Mine are too....after I painted them.

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                  Originally posted by jmohme View Post

                  Mine are too....after I painted them.
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                  ************************************************** *******
                  Maker of the 01-17 GL1800
                  "Rocky Tree & Comfort Risers".
                  Current bikes.
                  1981 CB900C 10 speed (Restored)
                  1986 GL1200 SEi
                  2004 GL1800

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                    Originally posted by jmohme View Post
                    I love black chrome!
                    I wonder, does Kury's black chrome hold up as well as their bubbling and pealing regular chrome?

                    Wow, I. must just be lucky! On my ‘02 GL1800, I had Kury floorboards, highway pegs, passenger floorboards, front cowl, front ring of fire, rear ring of fire . . . the list goes on & on & not ONCE did I have the chrome peel! I live in Canada and we have tons of residual salt & sand on our roads, everywhere! Maybe they send the better stuff up North??

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                    • jmohme
                      jmohme commented
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                      Kurt's chrome may very well of a better quality than it used to be, but on my 03, I went through three sets of foot pegs before I started sanding them down and painting them. I did the bottoms in Bed liner and those pegs lasted through three bikes.
                      I did at that time ride daily in almost any type of weather, so that may also have been a factor.

                      Since then, Any Kury products that I have purchased get sanded, primed with etching primer and painted black. I like the look better and even if there is a problem down the road with the finish, I can just pull the part and redo the paint.
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